International students visit the farming Fens in quest to help developing countries grow out of hunger
Marshal Papworth Short Course 2019 – graduation from Harper Adams University
2019 short course scholars share their projects to change lives in Africa and Sri Lanka
Marshal Papworth students help 3,500 school children learn about the global marketplace!
“Changing the world, one person at a time.” 21 Marshal Papworth students celebrate their graduation.
Students from developing countries learn about sustainable vegetable production with G’s
Marshal Papworth Fund short course partners with Harper Adams University
Bishop of Ely announced as new patron of Marshal Papworth Fund
International Masters scholarship students discover ‘farm to fork’
Marshal Papworth Short Course Projects
Agricultural graduates set to change lives through sustainable farming
Conservation agriculture showcase for African students at Courteenhall Farms
Students from Africa discover the Great Fen Project
Marshal Papworth student attends workshop on Air Pollution in Emerging Mega-Cities
Marshal Papworth Welcomes its 184th agricultural student from developing countries
Marshal Papworth agriculture graduate trains over 1000 young Africans in under a year
UK education partnership to boost sustainable farming practices in Africa
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